Wardrobe Malfunction For TV Weather Person; News Anchor Comes To Rescue
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Dressing for the weather takes on a different meaning when you’re a TV weather person.
Since they do the weather in front of a green screen, they have to be careful to wear clothes that are not the same color as the screen, otherwise, they will melt into the map.
Liberte Chan is a meteorologist at KTLA in Los Angeles thought she’d checked that her new dress was just fine.
Look what happened when she stepped in front of the map with her new dress.
And how news anchor, Chris Bourros, came to her rescue.
Just in case you’re wondering about green screens–they were not invented to purposely set up wardrobe malfunction situations for TV weather people.
They actually make a lot of cool effects possible for TV and movies.
You can get a good explainer here.